The OnePlus Nord 2 is a powerful Android smartphone with excellent design, performance and value for money. The first impression of the phone was that it was like a scaled up iPhone – its looks can be compared to Apple’s iPhone. The dual-screen smartphone has a great home button which makes it easy to use, whilst also giving you access to the important functions of the phone. However, the other big selling point for this handset is the quality of the phone.
The One Plus Nordic 2 features a 5.5″ Super AMOLED screen, which is just above the one inch tall FaceTime camera on the rear. The One Plusroid is powered by a quad-core processor from Samsung, along with some extra features including the superior one-touch gesture based dialing which is unique to the onerous range of smartphones. The one plus 2 smartphone come preinstalled with android v4.2 Kit Kat and is designed to work seamlessly with TFT light Emulator, an application which allows you to see how the hands will appear when typing in a text in a dark environment. This feature means that you do not have to worry about looking at any screen real estate, making the use of the device even more enjoyable. The one plus 2 are compatible with TFT Light Emulator, but you will also find other apps that are compatible with this Emulator.
In my view the onerous nord 2 is a very good handset, however, the way it integrates with the Samsung Galaxy S is a little odd. It feels a little flimsy in comparison to other modern smartphones, especially in its build, but the one plus point to the phone is the way it works with Samsung’s new Galaxy S. That being said, this does not mean that it is a bad device, far from it in fact. It has a large screen, a powerful processor, plenty of memory space and excellent quality of sound from the speakers. However, its most attractive feature, and one of the main reasons why I feel that this handset is so popular, is the way that it integrates with the Samsung galaxy tab. I have used many different android phones over the past few years and I have never come across a better solution to allow you to use your Samsung Galaxy S on the go. oneplus nord 2
The one plus point to the Oneplus nord 2 is its size, which is only a smidgen bigger than the iPhone 4S and certainly larger than the HTC Desire HD. This means that you can comfortably carry it around wherever you want to go, giving you the ability to take it with you anywhere at any time. Although you can charge your phone whilst you are on the move, you will discover that the battery life on the Oneplus nord 2 is very short. With an average of just 5 hours of battery life on the model I tested, it is clearly a device that will benefit greatly from a larger battery.
On the other hand, the display on the onerous nord 2 is also pretty good, although as I mentioned before it is a bit larger than the iPhone. The color accuracy and brightness of the screen are very good, although I did find that the text on the white screen was a little tough to read in comparison to the iPhone. The resolution on the screen is also very good, though not as high as what you would find on the iPhone. This means that the image that you see on the phone does look a lot better than the one provided by the iPhone, but it is not as sharp as some of the higher end devices.
To conclude, the onerous nord 2 does offer a lot of value for the money that you will pay and is ideal for anyone who wants to be able to use their Samsung Galaxy S cell phone whilst on the go. In my opinion, wireless charging will become more important in future devices, especially since the batteries will deplete much faster. The one plus that the charging system on the HTC Desire HD had over the iPhone, however, is that the phone itself offers excellent value for money. It comes with fantastic build quality and top of the range apps, and the display is excellent as well.